Heritage Buildings and Places Recovery Programme

In greater Christchurch, heritage agencies have been working together to assess and conserve heritage buildings and places since the first earthquake in September 2010.
 
The Heritage Buildings and Places Recovery Programme records the work that has been done, the work that is underway, and future initiatives.

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Christchurch’s heritage buildings after the earthquakes

This case study outlines the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority’s a...

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Gauging the impacts of post-disaster Arts and Culture initiatives in Christchurch (summary of findings)

The objective of this literature review is to assess existing research tha...

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Gauging the impacts of post-disaster Arts and Culture initiatives in Christchurch (main document)

The objective of the literature review is to gather and assess existing res...

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Developing the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch

A case study on how the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch was deve...

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Recovery Strategy for greater Christchurch

The Recovery Strategy for greater Christchurch is the key reference documen...

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Design and location of the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial

This short video provides an insight into the design and location of the Ca...

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Christchurch, The Ever Evolving City, Chapter 4: Preserve - Tiakanga

In the wake of the devastating 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, a bold new Christ...

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Christchurch, The Ever Evolving City, Chapter 2: Imagine - Pohewa

In the wake of the devastating 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, a bold new Christ...

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